News Release Article from  Canadian International Trade Tribunal

Joy Nott Joins Tribunal's Advisory Committee as Vice-Chairperson

Ottawa, Ontario, February 12, 2016

The Chairperson of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT), Mr. Stephen Leach, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Joy Nott, President of the Canadian Importers and Exporters Association, as Vice-Chairperson of its Advisory Committee. Ms. Nott will be replacing former Vice-Chairperson Cam Vidler and will join Lawrence L. Herman, Chairperson of the Advisory Committee, as well as fellow Vice-Chairperson Dalton Albrecht. Her biography can be found below.

The CITT’s advisory committee was created in order to improve fairness, transparency and accessibility in the administration of Canada’s trade remedy system. The Committee is comprised of a broad range of Canadian businesses, the international trade law bar and interested government departments. A link to the Committee’s terms of reference can be found below.

For more information about the Advisory Committee, please contact the CITT Chairperson Stephen Leach at 613 993-3595.

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Stephen Leach
613-993-3595
citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca


JOY NOTT, President of the Canadian Importers and Exporters Association (I.E.Canada), brings over 30 years of experience in customs compliance to the I.E.Canada team. Ms. Nott started her career in Montreal and worked for over 10 years for well-known customs brokers and freight forwarders, giving her hands-on operational experience.

Prior to joining I.E.Canada, she was a Vice-President and Managing Consultant for JP Morgan Global Trade Management Services based in the Toronto, Ontario, area and specialized in matters of customs and international trade for both Canadian and American clients.

Prior to the above, Ms. Nott spent a number of years developing her expertise as a Senior Manager with public accounting firms KPMG LLP and Deloitte & Touche LLP as a Customs and International Trade consultant.

She sits on various committees as an advisor to federal ministers and has testified before both the House of Commons and Senate committees on international trade and on matters directly impacting Canadian importers and exporters.

Ms. Nott’s credentials include a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University in 1987. She later sought and received honours when writing for her qualified customs brokers’ status in 1990. In 1993, she gained her professional customs brokerage status and, in 2011, her P.Log designation (Professional Logistician).


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